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    FSU football: Why Willie Taggart's Seminoles are no easy fix | SI.comWillie Taggart'sSeminoles must improve in year two, but it's becoming clear how complicated things are in Tallahassee right now. https://www.si.com/college-football/2019/05/20/willie-taggart-florida-state-seminoles-boosters-david-coburn?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&xid=socialflow_twitter_si&utm_campaign=si-ncaafb

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  • Deseret News: Utah State track & field ends stay at NCAA West Preliminary Championships

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Utah State track and field ended its stay at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships on Saturday at Hornet Stadium.

    With the preliminaries complete, the Aggies will send junior Sindri Gudmundsson (javelin) and senior Cierra Simmons-Mecham (3,000-meter steeplechase) to the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships, which will be held June 5-8, at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas.

    In the first round of the men's shot put on Saturday, junior Kyle Morris threw a personal-best 18.14 meters (59-6.25), finishing 29th overall, as his mark still stands as the ninth-best in outdoor program history.

  • UGA Wire: Sony Michel named Patriots 'key homegrown player' for 2019

    Former UGA ball carrier Sony Michel took the NFL by storm last season, rushing for 931 yards and six touchdowns in 13 games and becoming the first rookie running back to score five or more touchdowns in the playoffs.

    Michel was selected with the 31st pick in the 2018 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots and is still under his rookie contract. Because of these factors, NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal named Michel as the Patriots key homegrown player for the 2019 season.

    Michel was good as a rookie. Can he be great?

  • Official Site of the Panthers: King Advances to NCAA Championship to Highlight Final Day at NCAA Prelims

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Darius King topped his personal best throw by a large margin and just short of the school record to finish eighth at the NCAA West Preliminaries and punch his ticket to the NCAA National Track and Field Championship.

    King entered the weekend with a career-best throw of 18.52m (60-9 1/4 ). He blew past his previous best on his second throw with a toss of 19.00m. On his third throw, he again picked up another big increase with a throw of 19.32m (63-4 3/4 ). He is just the third Panther in school history to surpass 19m in the outdoor shot put.

  • Pantagraph: College report 5/26/19: ISU baseball sets watch party for NCAA selections

    Illinois State head baseball coach Steve Holm watches a hit during the Redbirds' 10-7 victory over Indiana State in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament on Thursday at Duffy Bass Field. Holm and the Redbirds hope to hear their name called during the NCAA Tournament Selection Show on Monday.


    The Missouri Valley Conference co-champion Illinois State baseball team will find out its postseason fate when they gather together to watch the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Selection Show on Monday at 11 a.m. on ESPNU.

    Illinois State head coach Steve Holm, his staff and players will convene in the Hancock Stadium Club to watch the show and the public is welcome to come await the team's reaction.

  • Official Site of the Hoosiers: Nine More Hoosiers Are Headed to Austin After Final Day of NCAA East Prelims

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- It was a big day for Indiana Track & Field as nine more advanced to Austin, Texas for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Jyles Etienne, Eric Bethea, Teddy Browning, Kenneth Hagen, Joe Murphy, Kyle Mau, Khayla Dawson Maddy Pollard, and Leah Moran will all compete in the national meet.

    Leah Moran was the first Hoosier to qualify as she jumped a distance of 13.04m (42" 9.5"). The junior's mark is a new program record and also a personal record.

  • Pack Insider: NC State Baseball Drops ACC Championship Semifinal Contest With Georgia Tech

    DURHAM, N.C. - No. 13 NC State baseball's run at the ACC Championship ended with a 9-2 loss in its semifinal matchup with sixth-ranked and second-seeded Georgia Tech on Saturday evening at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C.

    The Wolfpack moves to 42-17 on the year while the Yellow Jackets improve to 41-16 on the year and advance to the championship final Sunday.

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    -Tristin English's leadoff homer to right field in the second gave Tech the early advantage.

    -Patrick Bailey leveled the score at one in the third as he drove in Jonny Butler, who reached on a leadoff single, from first with his triple down the right field line.

  • Toledo Blade: Gustafson 4th in shot put for Bowling Green at NCAA tournament

    JACKSONVILLE -- Bowling Green senior Aliyah Gustafson earned a spot in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championship meet Saturday with a fourth-place finish in the shot put at the East Region meet at Hodges Stadium on the campus of the University of North Florida.

    Gustafson, a senior from Iowa City, Iowa, earned her third trip to the NCAA national meet with a throw of 55 feet, 3 1/2 inches on her final throw of the competition.

    The four-time All-American had fouled on her first attempt and had a 51-7 on her second throw.

    Teammates Zaresha Neal placed 38th after her best throw of the competition came on her final attempt, 49-0 3/4 .

  • @ClemsonFB • 4h

    The Clemson Insider: Clemson has a strong argument to make NCAA Tournament Field

    Earlier this week, Clemson head coach Monte Lee said he felt the Tigers earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament following their 7-1 victory over Louisville in the ACC Baseball Championship.

    "I certainly think that we are a team that will be in the field of 64, and again, it was just a tremendous performance today by our team," Lee said on Thursday. "I've been saying it all year long. We've got a good team. We've been through a lot of highs, we've been through some lows, but at the end of the day, I think this win certainly solidifies us in the field of 64, and it's a brand-new season for us moving forward.

  • WVMetroNews: Wide receiver Dillon Spalding transfers to WVU's Week 1 opponent

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- It turns out wide receiver Dillon Spalding has not made his final appearance at Milan Puskar Stadium.

    Spalding, who announced last week that he is transferring from West Virginia, has chosen to continue his college football career at James Madison. The Dukes will be in Morgantown for the season opener on Aug. 31.

    Because James Madison is an FCS program, Spalding is eligible to play immediately. He has four years remaining.

    Spalding is a redshirt freshman who sat out last season with an injury. He participated in spring practice with the Mountaineers, but was not a threat to crack the starting lineup this season.

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